Gibraltar Literary Festival 2016

  • 20 - 23 Oct 16
  • Mobile tickets
Past Event
  • Cervantes and Don Quixote: 400 Years On
    Edwin Williamson

    20 Oct 10:00

  • Writing Military History: The Official History of The Royal Gibraltar Regiment
    Matthias Strohn

    20 Oct 10:00

  • The Private life of the Diary
    Sally Bayley

    20 Oct 12:00

  • Where is Spain Going?
    William Chislett

    20 Oct 12:00

  • Crossing the Lines
    Horatio Clare

    20 Oct 14:00

  • Dear Dad
    Giselle Green

    20 Oct 14:00

  • Writers in the shadow of the Rock?
    Boyd Tonkin

    20 Oct 14:00

  • Finding Your Story: The Art of Narrative for Women in Business
    Rebecca Abrams

    20 Oct 16:00

  • Love, Paul Gambaccini
    Paul Gambaccini

    20 Oct 16:00

  • Stressed Unstressed
    Paula Byrne

    20 Oct 16:00

  • Festival Opening Dinner

    20 Oct 19:30

  • A Discussion with Antony
    Antony Worrall Thompson

    21 Oct 10:00

  • A Follow Up Workshop with Rebecca
    Rebecca Abrams

    21 Oct 10:00

  • Nelson, the Trafalgar campaign and key significance of Gibraltar
    Admiral Lord West

    21 Oct 10:00

  • Just A Minute
    Nicholas Parsons

    21 Oct 12:00

  • Gibraltar Book Club
    Sue MacGregor

    21 Oct 14:00

  • Poetry and Music For Peace and Love
    Driss Alaoui Mdaghri

    21 Oct 14:00

  • The Royal Secret
    John Bentley

    21 Oct 14:00

  • Kick: The True Story of Kick Kennedy
    Paula Byrne

    21 Oct 16:00

  • The convergence of Med poetry and the English language in the book The Moon and the Sparrow
    Gabriel Moreno

    21 Oct 16:00

  • What’s it like to research a book in Gibraltar?
    Nick Rankin & Maggie Gee

    21 Oct 16:00

  • The Necessary Aptitude
    Pam Ayres

    21 Oct 18:00

  • Algorithms To Live By
    Brian Christian

    22 Oct 10:00

  • Beyond the Stretch and the Breath: What is Yoga Really?
    Ramesh Pattni

    22 Oct 10:00

  • Once Upon A Time in the West Country
    Tony Hawks

    22 Oct 10:00

  • The Complete Plays of Shakespeare with Christopher Lloyd
    Christopher Lloyd

    22 Oct 10:00

  • The Fragile Brain, The strange, hopeful science of dementia
    Kathleen Taylor

    22 Oct 10:00

  • How Pleasant to Know Mr Lear
    Nicholas Parsons

    22 Oct 12:00

  • Images of Celtic Internationalism: A view of Scottish Art
    Professor Murdo Macdonald

    22 Oct 12:00

  • Mama Lotties, it’s all about food
    Justin Bautista

    22 Oct 12:00

  • The History of Britain in 60 Minutes!
    Christopher Lloyd

    22 Oct 12:00

  • Lunch with Antony Worrall Thompson
    Antony Worrall Thompson

    22 Oct 13:30

  • Happy Hooves
    Anna Bogie

    22 Oct 14:00

  • Triple Crown
    Felix Francis

    22 Oct 14:00

  • La Busqueda
    Christian Hook

    22 Oct 14:30

  • A Humour of Love
    Robert Montagu

    22 Oct 16:00

  • An Afternoon with Guillem Balague
    Guillem Balague

    22 Oct 16:00

  • Gibraltar: A Crimewriter’s Paradise
    Thomas Mogford

    22 Oct 16:00

  • The Lost World of Neanderthals
    Clive and Geraldine Finlayson

    22 Oct 16:00

  • Meet Guillem Balague
    Guillem Balague

    22 Oct 17:30

  • Cabinet's Finest Hour: The Hidden Agenda of May 1940.
    Lord David Anthony Llewellyn Owen

    23 Oct 10:00

  • Finding Your Centre: Meditation, Principles And Practice
    Ramesh Pattni

    23 Oct 10:00

  • Return Journey
    Barbara Rae

    23 Oct 10:00

  • The Art of Storytelling
    Kathy Wallis

    23 Oct 10:00

  • The History of Britain in 60 Minutes!
    Christopher Lloyd

    23 Oct 10:00

  • An audience with Richard Dunwoody
    Richard Dunwoody

    23 Oct 12:00

  • Head, Heart & Soul
    David Bentata

    23 Oct 12:00

  • The Complete Plays of Shakespeare with Christopher Lloyd
    Christopher Lloyd

    23 Oct 12:00

  • In conversation plus audience Q&A: Louis de Bernieres
    Louis de Bernieres

    23 Oct 14:00

  • Memories bound up With Life
    Carmen Gomez

    23 Oct 14:00

  • Game of Spies: The Secret Agent, the Traitor and the Nazi, Bordeaux 1942-1944
    Paddy Ashdown

    23 Oct 15:00

  • It’s a Jungle Out There
    Maureen Lipman

    23 Oct 16:30

  • Festival Closing Dinner

    23 Oct 19:30

About

Join us for our Fourth International Literary Festival on The Rock, where world class writers and speakers come together for four days of public events, staged in the famous Regency Garrison Library and other historic buildings within the walled and ancient City of Gibraltar.

Located where the continents of Africa and Europe converge, and where the waters of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic meet, Gibraltar is the most famous fortress in history. It is the perfect setting to discuss the evolution of literature, culture and current affairs.


 Buy any 4 tickets to the Literary Festival and get the 5th ticket free. (Offer does not include free events or dinners.)

Details

Organiser(s):
Gibraltar Tourist Board